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for new york to attend the united nations general assembly and other events. lawmakers from both the ruling and opposition parties question officials from the financial services commission over the recent savings banks scandal on the second day of the annual audits of government ministries. a report says north korea has carried out cyber attacks on south korea's national health and welfare database system more than 40 times this year. that's nearly four times the figure in 2010. and standard and poor's cuts italy's long and short-term sovereign debt ratings by one notch citing the country's weakening growth prospects. hello and welcome. in seoul,... i'm eoh jin- joo. and i'm devin whiting. president lee myung-bak left for the united states on tuesday... to attend the un general assembly... as well as a high-level nuclear safety meeting in new york. on the sidelines of the meetings,... president lee will hold summit talks with other heads of state and make a stop in seattle before returning home on saturday. arirang's yoo ji-hae tells us more. president lee myung-bak left for new
united nations general assembly where the palestinian authority plans to seek u.n. recognition of a state in the west bank, gaza strip, and east jerusalem. at least 1 people have and killed in a bomb attack in northwest pakistan. a police say a device went off a bank during a funeral for a local tribal elder in a village. of the villagers were pro- government and formed an anti- taliban militia. now for the global economy. five of the world's leading central banks, including the u.s. federal reserve and bank of england, are taking coordinated action to try to help bolster the financial system. they will provide commercial banks with new loans to help ease funding pressures. it comes out as the head of the international monetary fund says the world is in a dangerous new phase which needed bold leadership, and she accused politicians of being indecisive. more details on what today's actions will mean. >> on a day of gloomy forecasts, a concerted move by the world's most powerful central banks. short-term loans are going to be made available to commercial banks. there had been growing concer
who gave me his reaction to the day's events. >> when you hear speeches of the united nations general assembly, particularly when there's strong emotions attached to those speeches, it's not surprising that they seem very far apart about the u.n. has asked them to come back into a negotiation with a scheduled time table and in particular with a proposal that they present a comprehensive plan on borders and security to be key issues within three months and although there's a lot of obviously strong rhetoric in the general assembly, there is belief that now is the time to get back into the negotiations. >> but we still have the palestinians talking about settlements and israelis talking about security. two ships crossing in the night. >> what's the best way of dealing with it? deal with both issues quickly. the key thing about the quartet statement today is not all the preamble and so on but the fact that it says that within three months of beginning this then we have comprehensive proposals on borders which includes settlements and security which includes all the israeli concerns. >> t
for the united nations general assembly following meetings with libya. the president will shift his focus to afghanistan scheduling a visit with afghan president ahmed karzai. he'll also be focusing on the palestinian question of statehood. the trip comes a day after unveiling his deficit reduction program. speaking in the white house rose garden, president obama got tough on his political opponents, threatening to veto any attempt to reduce the deficit using cuts alone. even before the president introduced the so-called buffett rule yesterday, several republicans were already complaining, calling it class warfare. president obama maintains, as he likes to say, he has a balanced approach. >> i reject the idea that asking a hedge fund manager to pay the same tax rate as a plumber or teacher is class warfare. either we gut education and medical research, or we have to reform the tax code so that the most profitable corporations have to give up tax loopholes that other companies don't get. we can't afford to do both. this is not class warfare. it's math. >> speaking in his home state of ohio
leaders, gathered for the united nations general assembly meeting. >> he has a full schedule sitting down with ten world leaders, sarah simmons back in studio with more. >>> well, among those ten world leaders he is meeting, president obama with heads of israel and palestinian authority he is hoping to avoid a diplomatic show down between them palestinian president, is said to ask the un to recognize palestine as an independent country president obama will try to convince the palestinian president not to make his request if he does the u.s. will be in the difficult position to use its veto. meanwhile yesterday, president obama sat down with libya's rebel leader and said the world would stand beside the libyans as they rebuild the country. >> united states lead the effort to pass a historic resolution at the security council authorizing all necessary measures to protect the libyan people. when the civilians were threat ped with a massacre we exercised that authority this is is how the international community should work in the 21st century. more nations baring the responsibility and costs
city in the world, let alone this country is. but still, when the united nations general assembly convenes in new york city, even in a city like new york, you feel it. and you feel it not just because of all the traffic that it causes but because there is a sudden international influx of world leaders and their entourages and their issues. even the protests change. new york city always has protests. but it's only when the u.n. is in session that we have something like this, an anti-iran, russia, china, syria protest being led by activists from egypt, iran, palestine, syria, tunisia, and yemen. in terms of protests inside the u.n., though, this year was a particularly good year for what's come to be known as the annual walk out on mahmoud day. this happens every year. the president of iran, mahmoud ahmadinejad, stands up to give a speech. shirt, jacket, no tie. he's very short. he gets up to give his speech. he starts denying the holocaust. he starts demonizing america. now he's also a 9/11 truther, for the record. and every year like clockwork when he does that speech in that suit
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challenge is, where was the first united nations general assembly? was it, a, san francisco, b, new york, c, london, or d, geneva? stay tuned, we'll tell you the correct answer. make sure you go to cnn.com/gm for ten more questions. while you're there check out theglobalpublicsquare and find interviews and takes by some of our favorite expert. don't forget, you can follow us on twitter and facebook. i've just finished reading jack weatherford's "genghis khan and the making of the modern world." my book of the world. weatherford really makes you understand that genghis khan's territory was the roman empire of asia. he conquered the lands that make up china, russia, india, and much more. we now think of genghis khan as a barbarian, but he was a great modernizer, fascinating read. now for the last look. we all like our comforts of home, even world leaders. colonel gadhafi always traveled with his tents. queen victoria reportedly traveled with her own bed. president bush had his own pillow. but such needs almost caused a diplomatic incident this week. australia's foreign minister, kevin rudd, w
her speech at the united nations general assembly in new york and she is going to say in this speech that pakistan is committed to peace and stability in the region and is going to say that pakistan has a firm determination not to allow terrorists to operate on pakistani territory. in the meantime the pakistani prime minister issued another warning again today to the united states not to take unilateral military action on pakistani land. listen. >> we are a sovereign country. how can they come in and raid our country? >>jonathan: that has fallen on deaf ears, with u.s. missiles hitting militant strongholds in northern area of pakistan today. >>shepard: pentagon officials have been openly critical of pakistan but, now, they are toning it down. >>jonathan: the pentagon has been openly critical accusing them of having direct ties with the terrorist network in afghanistan, but, today, state department officials dialed back on that a bit again talking about cooperation between the u.s. and pakistan. listen. >> we believe that we can strengthen our cooperation together and we can work toge
days from forming a new government. as palestinians push shunned for united nations membership, the head of the general assembly tells the bbc they have the right to make their case. >> it is 9:00 a.m. in singapore. >> it is 2:00 a.m. and london, broadcasting to viewers on pbs in america and around the world, welcome to "newsday." >> a suicide bomber posing as a peace envoy had has killed the men leading afghanistan's effort to negotiate with taliban. burhanuddin rabbani, the former afghan president, died in his home in the capital of kabul during a meeting with two members of the taliban. >> heavy security tonight outside the house in kabul close to the american embassy. where the former president burhanuddin rabbani was killed by of taliban fighter with eight bomb concealed in his turban. he was a divisive leader and a surprise appointment to lead the council set up by president karzai to talk peace with them. the afghan president heard the news in new york just before he met president obama. >> the mission yet undertaken was of vital to the afghan people and for the security
-- [applause] he assured the members of the general assembly, he urged the united nations to recognize the inalienable rights of the palestinians. do not let the olive branch fall from my hands. do not let the olive branch fall from my hands. president arafat again addressed the assembly. the palestinian people adopted the session held that same year in algeria. when we adopted this program, we were taking a painful and very difficult step for all of us. especially those, including myself, that lost their home, their towns, and their villages, carrying some of our belongings. and the keys to our homes. the diaspora in 1948. one of the worst operations of removal of a vibrant and cohesive society. the cultural, education, an economic renaissance of the arab middle east. because of our conviction, and because we have the courage to make difficult decisions, we have decided to adopt the path of relativism. that is the correct part of this great historic -- against our people. only 22% of the territory of historic palestine. our goal is the territory occupied by israel in 1967. we made a m
york to the united nations general assembly. so, of course, it's all still a bit shrouded in mystery. we don't know who posted the bail, the assumptions are it was someone in oman. posted the bail for sarah shourd. the third person in that group, the young woman released last year on humanitarian grounds. so we should, if the good news is in fact to be believed, we should have it sometime within the next hour or so. back to you guys. >> you will bring that information to us right when it happens. thanks for that report. >> attention, hikers, once they get free, we should not hike in that area. can we go the rockies, perhaps, sometime? >> he murdered a police officer 22 years ago and in just 13 hours from now, troy davis will pay with his own life. he'll be executed. >> are you giving snup>> no. >> when will you give up? >> never! >> supporters for troy holding a vigil outside of death row. he's scheduled to die at 7:00 p.m. tonight for the murder of an off-duty police officer. he was working as a security guard when he was shot dead rushing to help a homeless man who was being at
on and the united nations general assembly and the security council will be talking about this over the next several days and weeks, but he can clearly claim a victory. what is going on right now is that the mideast quartet, the u.s., eu, russia and the united nations issued a framework, if you will for the eterms of negotiations of the israeli and the palestinians to get the palestinian president to backoff and start to negotiate with the israelis and the palestinians. >> what does this mean? >> well, it calls for clear time lines for the parties to get back to the table, and says that neither side could take provocative actions, and they don't say what that means really, but in essence it is tacit indication to israel not to build settlements, and settlement freeze while the negotiations are going on, and for the palestinians, they are urged to not take any moves into the international criminal court against israel should they go down the u.n. route and have a new legitimacy at the u.n. to do so. but in essence, brooke, it doesn't mean anything if the parties don't want to get back to the table. i
you. [applause] >> our coverage of the united nations general assembly continues over the next few days. tomorrow on c-span 3, we will hear speeches from other leaders. president obama will be included. our live coverage starts at 9:00 a.m. eastern. today, the pentagon officially repealed the military's don't ask, don't tell policy banning gays from serving openly in the military. we will hear from defense secretary panetta and joint chiefs of staff chairman m ullin. then we will hear wedarrell -- we will hear from darrell issa. >> eugene robinson on black america, and isabel wilkerson on african-american possum migration north and west. douglas wallace on spymasters. woodrow wilson's first lady and david mccullough on the greater journey. " our and our national foot -- our entire schedule -- look for our entire schedule at our website. u.s. military has officially repealed this policy which had an openly gay americans from serving in the armed forces. don't ask don't tell instituted during the clinton administration cost 14,000 men and women to be discharged in the last 18 years.
nations general assembly is meeting this week in new york and with us now are two presidents attending the meetings. former colombian president arube vice chair of the u.n.'s gaza flotilla investigation commission. and the georgian president, friend of my parents, telling stories about my father. >> he's crazy, your father. >> totally. ten times more than her even. i was telling her, like two years ago we were in croatia know he was jumping from the top of the theater and in my bravest dreams i would never consider getting there. >> he's 80 something. >> he likes to swim. >> it's amazing. >> itas maizing. >> also joining the table nbc chief foreign affairs correspondent and host of "andrea mitchell reports" andrea mitchell. >> thank you. >> we still have eugene robinson and mike murphy in washington with us. so that's great. >> so what do you expect to happen this week? is there going to be a lot of talk? you've obviously been conducting an investigation. you expect that to go under a lot of attention this week on the flotilla? >> of course. we worked for one year on this inquiry. on s
a controversial bid for full united nations statehood this as president obama addresses the u.n. general assembly with hopes of convincing the palestinians to take a different path to recognition. nbc's tracie potts joins us with more on this. >> reporter: good morning. this is going to be a tough one for president obama to deal with. he's already in new york. we'll be meeting with benjamin netanyahu but the white house says there's no plans to meet with the palestinian president abbas. the u.s. has vowed to veto that membership application when it comes up before the security council on friday, saying the only two-state solution for a secure israel and palestinian state is through peace talks, through negotiations, which have not worked so far. the president, of course, has been criticized for what some call tepid support of netanyahu of our israeli ally. abbas says he went to the united nations after 18 years of failed negotiations, it was a last resort, and his nation now no closer to statehood. secretary of state hillary clinton says there are intense negotiations going on. in fact, for month
nations to recognize their territory as an independent state. the u.n. general assembly debate starts wednesday. palestinian prime minister met sunday with western financial supporters. his delegation submitted a report describing the israeli occupation as the biggest obstacle to palestinian statehood. he later told reporters it was vital for the interpassional commune it to recognize palestine as a full u.n. member. israel strongly opposes the idea. it said in its report that mutual dialogue is the only way it resolve the issuees. israeli foreign minister says making palestine a member would make an already unstable region a more unstable region. they want palestine to be recognized as an independent state in a speech on friday. >>> hoping for fw >>>. >>> about 30 diplomats an rese involved in a six-party talk attended a seminar on the north's nuclear program in beijing monday. in an opening address foreign minister said all parties should push for the full implementation of the 2005 six-party joint statement. in that statement, north korea committed to abandoning all nuclear weapons
war. the u.n. general assembly gave him its best welcome. so did palestinians in ramallah on the west bank. >> president abbas ignored america's pressure to keep their future away from the united nations. president abbas said he wanted to animate -- negotiate. he accused israel of apartheid, taking land palestinians want for their state to build illegals they'll look -- some as for jews. >> settlement activities in body the core of colonial military occupation of the land of the palestinian people and all of the brutality of aggression and racial discrimination. this policy is the primary cause for the failure of the peace process. >> israel's road to independence came from a u.n. vote. >> united kingdom, abstained. united states, yes. >> the resolution divided the british from palestine. the plan created a jewish state and one for palestinians. jerusalem was kept under international control. the palestinians rejected the plan and israel won the war that followed. palestinians are prepared to except much less than they rejected in 1947. they want a capital in east jerusalem, land occu
assembly of the united nations. >> this is not class warfare. it is math. it is wrong that in the united states of america a teacher or a nurse or a construction worker who earns $50,000 should pay higher tax rates than somebody pulling in $50 million. >> republicans say the president knows his proposals have no chance of passing and is in full campaign mode. >>> president obama says he supports a major cost-cutting move bit u.s. postal service. while unveiling hi debt reduction plan yesterday, president said he supports the postal service's plan to eliminate saturday service. >>> coming up next, we'll go live to fox business network in new york for our business beat. we'll talk more about the holiday hiring outlook. >>> and as we go to break, at a pace price of about $2,500. this touts itself as one of the most affordable cars in the road inform you plate it with nearly 200 pounds of goad and a couple of jewels, it sells for more like $4.6 my yop and this was created in india to celebrate the art of indian jewelry making. is that i peacock i believe it is -- is that a peacock? >> i beli
leader also delivered a keynote speech to a high-level united nations meeting on nuclear safety. arirang's yoo ji-hae reports from new york. president lee myung-bak addressed the un general assembly on wednesday... pledging korea's support in realizing the world body's efforts in achieving international peace, democracy and "ecosystemic development." during his 20-minute keynote speech, president lee positively reviewed the recent spread of pro- democracy movements in north africa and the middle east... saying that the tide of democratization is unstoppable in the 21st century. korean "democracy y is a viclelelel together the basic values of humanity such as freedom and equality, human rights and the rule of law. the people's demand for democracy is their legitimate right, and the international community and the un must do all they can to protect these people from persecution and human rights abuses." " , , . , ." in regards to north korea's nuclear threat, lee called it a big challenge to global peace... and said that the south will continue its diplomatic efforts to pursue the denuclea
to throw some fuel into the fire here. for an already tense session at the united nations, the general assembly is trying to deal with the palestinian authority's intention of putting in a request for u.n. membership. that would essentially force the world to recognize palestinian statehood without any direct negotiations between the palestinian authority and israel and it's a very dangerous slope as far as president obama is concerned. he spent his time at the podium urging the palestinian authority not to do that. but at this point, there's no indication that they are not going to go forward. the u.s., of course, has that option of vetoing the request outright. it would put an end to it. there's concern that the u.s. does that, there could be a backlash of violence in the middle east so a very precarious situation today. and mahmoud ahmadinejad's arrival here at the u.n. to speak is not putting anyone at ease. that's the latest from here at the u.n. let's take it back to you guys. >> all right, thank you very much for the live report from the east side of manhattan. >> now to the oth
submitting a request for a seat at the united nations despite heavy opposition from the united states and israel. as you can see there are many in the general assembly giving the palestinian president a stand ovation approach the podium. listen. >> activities embody the core of a policy of colonial military occupation of the land of the palestinian people and the brutality of aggression and racial discrimination against our people this policy entails. >> israeli prime minister binyamin netanyahu countered that israel has given up land but it has not brought the two sides closer to peace. more on the prime minister's speech in a moment. >> an israeli soldier killing a palestinian protester during clashes on the west bank. the israel army reports they used live ammunition after settlers and palestinians started throwing stones. but we should note thousands of palestinians celebrated president abbas' request for statehood at the u.n. peacefully. and now the news live from the new york newsroom. what else did president abbas have to say? >> he was given a standing ovation before he spoke.
bush the devil at the united nations in 0. but this year he didn't make the general assembly meeting. steve harrigan has more. even though he denies the report, it is clear he's not out of the woods yet. >> certainly, shepherd. he spent most of the day denying reports that his kidneys were failing. he started at dawn with a phone call can into state television denying those reports and later had himself filmed playing baseball. at 57 years old, he's just undergone four chemotherapy treatments in cuba. this after surgery in cuba. he does say he will beat his undisclosed form of cancer and the man who has been in charge of venezuela for 13 years says he'll run for another six years next year. shepherd. >> shep: chavez ace health is a big concern in the u.s. for, like everything else, because of oil. >> that's right. it's really a split. on the one hand you have one of the harshest critics of the u.s. and a encloses ally of iran. but at the same time his country supplies 14% of the u.s. oil. so it's a real split there. the real concern is what would happen if hugo chavez were suddenly r
the streets for the u.n. general assembly. a pretty symbolic move here, given that the united states has already said that it would veto the move. a short time after abbas stoke, benjamin netanyahu had has chance to fire back. listen to a little bit of both measures. >>. >> translator: this is a moment of truth. our people are waiting to hear the answer of the words. will it allow israel to continue the last occupation in the world? >> the palestinians should first make peace with israel. and then get their state. >> behind the scenes negotiators put together a rough timeline for further peace talks between israeli and palestinian leaders. >>> a team of scientists on trial in italy for failing to predict what some say is impossible to predict, an earthquake. we're back in 90 seconds. stay with us. to stretch around h over 190 times. each brita filter can take up to 300 of those bottles out of the equation. helps defends against occasional justconstipation, diarrhea,alth probiotic cap a day up to 300 of those bottles gas and bloating. with three strains of good bacteria to help balance yo
the united nations and a day before the president is supposed to speak to the u.n. general assembly and this is interesting politics that we will be watching on several fronts. one is that the texas governor is slamming this process that is about to get underway up at the u.n. in which the palestinians may get a vote on statehood. it is a vote that the united states is expected to block. the obama administration is basically going to side with israel on that question, and that's going to be a messy situation for the obama administration, but the fact that this process is underway is really giving some red meat to the republicans. rick perry coming to manhattan and giving remarks. a portion of which we obtained here at cnn. he is expected to say in a few moments we are indignant that certain middle east earn leaders have discarded the principal of direct negotiations between the sovereign nation of israel and the palestinian leadership. he goes on to say this is all part of the obama administration's policy of middle east appeasement to leaders in that region and what rick per i have
.s. and 30 nations storming out of the general assembly. now ahmadinejad is saying time has not run out for the u.s. and iran to repair their relationship. as for the freed american hikers he said it is important that they are back with their families. >>> white house gatecrashers tareq and michaele salahi have been tabloid fodder for days with many crying out publicity stunt. tareq sat down today with matt in an attempt to set the record straight on his personal and public heartbreak. >> would i take her back? you know, i'm a forgiving person. i love her. there is no question. but i don't think i could. >> have you spoken to her? >> she's very cold. >> so you have? >> i twitted her, the dog's dying right now. the manager called, she doesn't want to speak to you. she's just a different woman. this is not the woman any of us know. she destroyed our relationship just because she wanted, in my view, more money, more fame. she wanted to go more to the a celebrity, if you will. but it's an '80s band. she's acting like a 16-year-old, you know, jumping on a tour bus from the '80s. >> michaele
to the security council, probably, but certainly to the general assembly where all the members of the united nations have a chance to vote. my guess is that the palestinians will get 140 or 150 nations who will vote for their becoming a state. this will not change the occupation of palestine by the israelis, and it will just make -- if the united states does veto the security council, then they will not become a fully recognized member of the united nations, but they will become an unofficial recognized observer, and this would give them certain access to membership in international organizations, and it would be a step forward. i would not be in favor of this if the united states had put forward any sort of comprehensive peace proposal. as president obama has announced on two major occasions, one a freeze on all israeli settlements inside palestine, and also, based on the 1967 borders -- if the united states had put forward that proposal as a basis for negotiation, then both the palestinians and the carter center would be in favor of peace talks based on those two issues, but the israelis a
, the u.n. general assembly is in town. president obama arrived in new york last night. has a full slate of meetings and events before delivering an address tomorrow. ron allen is at the united nations for us. ron, you got through the traffic. you got through the check points. what can you tell us about what's on the agenda today? >> well, it's a little odd talking to you about what the president is going to do. i'll give it my best shot. you were talking about campaign mode. this place provides the president with an opportunity to show campaign mode, if you will, on the foreign policy side. that's all about israel. the issue that hangs over the meeting of the general assembly this time is the palestinian drive for statehood. it gives the president an opportunity to show he's a strong supporter of israel and that's what we expect him to do. as you know, there's a lot of doubts and skepticism in the jewish community in the united states about the president's commitment to israel. this gives him a chance to show his -- what he thinks of israel and show his support for that country. on the
as secretary-general of the united nations. we express thanks and appreciation to him, and the general secretariat staff for their efforts over the past year. in particular, his following up of the situation in our country. excellencies, ladies and gentlemen, we wish to congratulate the people of south sudan on the assumption of their place in the . united nations. we wish to congratulate the transitional council in libya. my country has been witnessing since last january a huge political crisis. the political opposition that has been one of the main components of our system since the establishment of a state of unity in yemen in may 1990. it decided to relinquish and rejected the principle of consensus. refusing to implement the agreement that we have had since 2006. following its failure in the elections. these parties -- they will not allow them to seize power. therefore there has been violence which threatens the outbreak of civil war and devastating conflicts in yemen. that may undermine all the achievements made by our yemeni people in our modern era. as well as a struggle to hav
the case before the u.n. general assembly. pretty sympathetic to his cause. you heard suzanne talking about the applause he got in that hall. but granting full member slp to palestine as a sovereign independent state will take approval by the u.n. security council. the united states is not going to let that happen. it was just this week president obama reminded the world body that the u.s. supports palestinian statehood -- but, only through direct talks with israel. abbas said israel though is the problem. >> translator: that the israeli government refuses to commit to terms of reference for the negotiations that are based on international law and u.n. resolutions and emphatically continues to intensify building settlements on the territory of the the state of -- of the future of state of palestine. >> like i mentioned just a short time from now delegates will hear from israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu. he'll have some of the same points to hit as the president, president obama has hit. he may hit them own more strongly. will you see that live here again. we expect that at any mome
closed off outside the united nations. more than a hundred world leaders are going to be here. and the president of the united states expected to land fairly soon. he will be here tonight, tomorrow. wednesday he will address the general assembly. this is a big deal every time this year. you know what else is happening the same week? clinton global initiative. president bill clinton's annual conference. i will interview him tomorrow in new york. we will have that interview tomorrow. you know what, a lot of world leaders are here. i would like it hang out with world leaders, as you know, brooke, it is a good time to come to new york despite the gridlock. >> wolf and world leaders, getting the exercise. who do you have coming up on the state room today? >> we have someone who wants to be a world leader. she want to be the commander-in-chief. michele bachmann is joining us. she is not here in new york. she is in waterloo, iowa. that's where she was born. we are speaking to michele bachmann. we will talk about the whole controversy that erupted a week ago at the debate i moderated,
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